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  1. My shoe size varies but normally is 10 (euro 44). These are the two ASOS boots I have: https://www.asos.com/asos-design/asos-design-heeled-chelsea-boots-with-pointed-toe-in-black-leather/prd/202294042?clr=black&colourWayId=202294043&cid=5774 https://www.asos.com/asos-design/asos-design-heeled-chelsea-boot-with-angled-heel-in-black-leather-with-natural-sole/prd/202829769?clr=black&colourWayId=202829770&cid=5774 The heels on both are a very comfortable 3inch and can wear them all day long with no issues.
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  2. So glad to find those beautiful Longchamp low boots for 10% of their original price! They are very comfortable and easy to walk in.
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  3. New 'house slippers', just clogs with a heel for lounging and stuff around the house.
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  4. My latest is a pair of JustFab "Loola" mules, which I purchased through Poshmark for the low, low price of $24 plus shipping. They caught my eye because a) they were shiny, b) they were cheap, and c) they appeared to have close to 5 inch heels with no platform, which I have been seeking for some time. As it turns out, they are not quite a full 5 inches in steepnes, but that's probably ok, since I can almost walk in them. The heel height is actually a full 5 inches, as I expected, but these sandals have what is effectively a 1/4" platform, reducing the difference to a mere 4 3/4". Thickness of the heel is a tidge over 5/16", or about 9 mm. These are a size 9, which is typically too big for me in open heeled shoes, but I think these actually fit fine. There is some real estate around my foot, but it's evenly distributed between toes and heel, and it's not excessive. I hate to admit it, but I have been buying plastic shoes lately, and these are the latest addition to the petroleum based collection. I haven't really truly worn them out yet, so I cannot comment on the comfort and feel, but they seem sturdy enough for cheap shoes, and they may well help me on my goal of mastering slightly higher heels.
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